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 Article posted October 29, 2010 at 06:12 PM GMT • comment • Reads 723 Recently we had moon rocks in our class. Article posted October 29, 2010 at 06:12 PM GMT • comment • Reads 723
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 Article posted October 22, 2010 at 06:56 PM GMT • comment • Reads 71 Hi, this is what we learned in module one of math. In module one we learned about graphs. We learned in which case to use a graph, a bar graph or a line graph. If you are planing to make a graph about stock increase you would use a point graph, but if you where planing to make a graph to compare stocks you would use a line graph. We also learned about frequency tables, a frequency table is a table that compares the amount of something. In this module we learned about number tricks which led to algebra. Algebra was not that hard actually. We learned about theoretical and experimental probability. Later we learned about the order of operations and exponents. We've finished module one and now are moving onto module two. Article posted October 22, 2010 at 06:56 PM GMT • comment • Reads 71
 Article posted September 21, 2010 at 07:11 PM GMT • comment • Reads 1139 New Hampshire New England/North east United States of America North America Northern Western Earth Sol Milky way Local Local Universe Article posted September 21, 2010 at 07:11 PM GMT • comment • Reads 1139
 Article posted September 14, 2010 at 07:11 PM GMT • comment • Reads 1173 ``` src="http://www.wordle.net/thumb/wrdl/2391794/rjh" alt="Wordle: rjh" style="padding:4px;border:1px solid #ddd">``` Article posted September 14, 2010 at 07:11 PM GMT • comment • Reads 1173
 Article posted May 9, 2010 at 03:08 PM GMT • comment • Reads 1170 UK embassy, Paris Kenneth Brown, head of security for UK embassy     I watched him disappear into the crowd.  Grasping the phone with a grip that could strangle an ape I called the security near by and tolled them there is a threat approaching the ambassador from the main entrance.  It was to late though he had already produced a small container from his jacket and poured it into the ambassador's drink.  I cursed and ran down the stairs as I spoke into the walky-talky "Get the man in the green jacket."  He was already making his way to the exit when the ambassidor picked up his drink.  A black car pulled up outside as the man approched the sidewalk the door opened and he got in.  I spun around and started at ambassidor as took a sip of his drink, he twiched and fell.  someone in the crowd screamed.  Guards rushed in from everywhere as the panic became more intence.  This wasn't going to end well. Article posted May 9, 2010 at 03:08 PM GMT • comment • Reads 1170
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John Myles 6s blue 4/21/10 P.1 Rock Cycle I am magma living right below you with all the options of becoming an extrusive or intrusive igneous rock.  I could then end up as a sedimentary rock or a metamorphic rock but this will take a large amount of time too, maybe a few million years to turn into lava again.  Weathering, I am not looking forward to, but I think getting shot out of a volcano would be a little intense and really fast.   I could become an extrusive igneous rock and turn into a metamorphic rock.  Or I could be going through crystallization to be intrusive igneous rock, and then I could become a metamorphic rock or be brought to the surface and be eroded into a sedimentary.  Wonder if I would crystallize and become an intrusive igneous rock such as granite, gabbro, and diorite.  If so, could I be turned into a metamorphic rock or be brought to the surface by uplift and exposure and go through the weathering process to be turned into a sedimentary rock.  Another type of igneous rock is the extrusive igneous rock such as basalt, rhyolite, and andesite.  It is like a sibling to intrusive igneous but it goes through consolidation and shoots out of a volcano or it can also be turned into metamorphic rock, too.  Intrusive igneous rock is also called plutonic.   Then I could be brought up to the surface again and go through the weathering process such as rain, wind, snow, and ice.  Or be turned into metamorphic rock.  If I were go to through weathering process I would be transported, deposited, and lithified (being squeezed into a full rock), after being ripped apart that is.  Then I would be a sedimentary rock.  I could be a classical sedimentary rock by being disintegrated by the wind, snow, rain, and ice.  Sandstone, shale, breccia, and conglomerate are in this group.  Or become a nonclastic rock caused by a chemical reaction such as limestone, gypsum.  I also could go through the weathering process again.   I could always go through metamorphism.  If I went through metamorphism I  would become a metamorphic rock.  If I became metamorphic rock I could be foliated metamorphic rock such as slate, phyllite, schist, and gneiss, formed by extreme high pressure that is uneven deep in the earth.  Or I could be nonfoliated metamorphic such as quartzite and marble are that formed around igneous intrusions where it is really hot and the force is equal from all sides but not very powerful,             I think I will become an intrusive igneous rock and be brought to the surface through uplift and exposure.  I might just lie to rest somewhere in New Hampshire and be broken down by the weather to form into a classical sedimentary rock, shale.  But this will take over millions and if I am lucky I might stay around for a billion years or two. Article posted April 23, 2010 at 12:41 PM GMT • comment • Reads 237
 Article posted March 29, 2010 at 11:53 PM GMT • comment • Reads 275 You all know the 4 seasons. But why do we have them? Summer: In the months of June, July, and August. The summer the northern hemisphere is facing the sun. On the summer solstice the sun is lined up with the tropic of Cancer. In the southern hemisphere it's winter, they have the winter solstice when we have the summer solstice, and the sun lines up with the tropic of Cancer. Fall: Fall falls (get it fall falls) in the months of September, October November, and part of December. When we are in fall the southern hemisphere is in spring. During Fall and Spring we have the "Equinoxes." In fall it's the Autumnal equinox, when we have the Fall equinox the southern hemisphere has the spring equinox. Equinox means equal night and day, equi/nox. Winter: Part of December, January, and February. During winter the northern hemisphere is facing away from the sun and the southern hemisphere is facing the sun. During the winter we have the winter solstice, which is the shortest day of the year the sun lines up with the tropic of Capricorn. When we have the winter solstice the southern hemisphere has the summer solstice. Spring: Spring is in the months of March, April, and May. When we have spring the southern hemisphere has fall. Also in spring we have another equinox, the vernal equinox. On the Vernal equinox the sun lines up with the tropic of equator and the hours of night are equal with the hours of day. Article posted March 29, 2010 at 11:53 PM GMT • comment • Reads 275